Ogden busy with car accidents Wednesday

Aug 22 2013 - 9:32am

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A rollover occurred on Washington Avenue near 200 South at the Five-Points area. Ogden Police officers dealt with several accidents around the city. While many of them not involving serious injuries, causing backed up traffic along Ogden's busiest roads. (Andreas Rivera/Standard-Examiner)
A rollover occurred on Washington Avenue near 200 South at the Five-Points area. Ogden Police officers dealt with several accidents around the city. While many of them not involving serious injuries, causing backed up traffic along Ogden's busiest roads. (Andreas Rivera/Standard-Examiner)
A rollover occurred on Washington Avenue near 200 South at the Five-Points area. Ogden Police officers dealt with several accidents around the city. While many of them not involving serious injuries, causing backed up traffic along Ogden's busiest roads. (Andreas Rivera/Standard-Examiner)
A rollover occurred on Washington Avenue near 200 South at the Five-Points area. Ogden Police officers dealt with several accidents around the city. While many of them not involving serious injuries, causing backed up traffic along Ogden's busiest roads. (Andreas Rivera/Standard-Examiner)

OGDEN -- Emergency workers were kept busy Wednesday afternoon, responding to several rollovers around the city.

One happened on Wall Avenue in front of the Westland Ford dealership around 4:30 p.m.

A 31-year-old man driving a truck was headed southbound on Wall Avenue and turned left into the dealership. Another 31-year-old man in a Honda Accord was traveling northbound in the outer lane and hit the truck, tipping it over on its side. Both men walked away without any serious injuries.

Another accident happened around 7:15 p.m. on Washington Boulevard at about 100 South near the Five Points area that left an SUV on its side. There were no serious injuries in that incident.

Ogden Police Lt. Will Cragun said officers had been busy all Wednesday evening responding to car accidents, often going from one to the next.

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